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   Nightsurfer has kibitzed 658 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-13-16 NN vs D Freeman, 2016 (replies)
Nightsurfer: Cool game!! Cheers from Hamburg!!!
   Apr-11-16 Caruana vs E Tate, 2003
Nightsurfer: Cool! <Emory Tate> corners the Queen of <Carlsen-supposed-to-be-but-failed-challenger> <Fabiano Caruana>, great! Hey, <Emory Tate>, just keep on moving forward!
   Feb-23-16 E Agrest vs Adams, 2001
Nightsurfer: <Alex_Schindler> You've got it! :-) ... (BTW, your initial question is the first question that I have asked myself too ... after pondering <12.Bg2 ...> and the eventual "alternative" <12.fxe4? ...> ...)!
   Jan-19-16 R Gralla vs H Kroeger, 1975
Nightsurfer: <tpstar> Since most of the chess players are supposed to be male I assume that the overwhelming majority of them would vote for BREAST Picture instead of "Best" Picture ... ;-) ... <B>OOBS <B>OWER for the <B>EOPLE, uhm, sorry, I mean <P>OOPS ...
   Jan-08-16 B Parham vs Vlad Dima, 2001
Nightsurfer: <Karposian> Oops, did not know that the Grammar Police tries to get me ... I'd better run!! :-)
   Jan-08-16 V Vasilescu vs N Stanec, 2012 (replies)
Nightsurfer: <Robed.Bishop> Thank you so much for your posting, and sorry for not having put that in correct terms! I have wanted to say: After <35.Rxd3! exd3 36.Qb3+ ...> there will be the forced win either by more or less "primitive" checkmate (in case of <36. ... Kf8?? ...
   Jan-07-16 Morphy vs Schrufer, 1859 (replies)
Nightsurfer: One more case of the SMOTHERED CHECKMATE in modern times - well, it is just the opener of that killer that has decided the game V Vasilescu vs N Stanec, 2012 , just check out the opener <35.Rxd3! ...> and the follow-up <36.Qb3+ ...> there!
   Jan-07-16 B Koester vs R Gralla, 1971 (replies)
Nightsurfer: One more recent example of the threat of the SMOTHERED CHECKMATE that decides a game in 2012 - because that has been a clever threat in disguise, please see V Vasilescu vs N Stanec, 2012 , just check out the opener <35.Rxd3! ...> plus the check of the matrix <36.Qb3+ ...
   Jan-05-16 De Legal vs Saint Brie, 1750 (replies)
Nightsurfer: On more case of <LEGAL's MATE> - well, it is a variation of the basic constellation - has stunned the spectators during the Turkish Championship of 2004, please see the game as follows: S M Topuz vs U Hopcin, 2004 ... ... since 254 years after the premiere of <LEGAL's ...
   Jan-05-16 S M Topuz vs U Hopcin, 2004
Nightsurfer: A cool move, that <8.Ne5!! ...>, please see the diagram as follows ... [DIAGRAM] ... , since that variation of the matrix of <LEGAL's MATE>, please see the stem game De Legal vs Saint Brie, 1750 , wins a pawn because even the most foolish player of all the goofy ...
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